Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Land Theft Crimes Against Indigenous Peoples Reaching Global Crisis/Epidemic Proportions

Protesters take to the streets in Palestine, 
Turkey and Jordan to protest
 US-devised MidEast Plan which
 strongly favours Israel

It's the oldest, most primitive and most vicious crime in human history, dating back to "time before mind"-- the caveman days.  Land theft.  Now, with the ever-shrinking globe and the decrease of basic resources like potable's reached a crisis that could lead to a very one-sided war, with the final extermination of indigenous peoples...the true owners of the land.

Today I'm considering two cases, half a world apart.  The first one is the brazen theft, over more than half a century, of the Semitic Palestinian peoples' land by the non-Semitic Khazar settlers.  The demented President of the United States has come up with an equally demented "plan" for the Middle East which, if implemented, would have the rightful owners of Palestine scurrying like rats through underground tunnels and walled-off warrens to get from one apartheid Bantustan to another.  Please read the following article from this morning's PressTV that describes the support that the equally oppressed Semitic nation of Yemen is giving the Palestinians:


"Tens of thousands of Yemenis have taken to the streets in the northern city of Sa'ada, the capital Sana'a and elsewhere protest the so-called "deal of century" unveiled by US President Donald Trump this week.

Yemen's al-Masirah television network said the demonstrators carried banners and slogans Friday, decrying the deal and pledging to support the Palestinian struggle against the Israeli occupation.

The protesters, in a statement, slammed what they described as the treason of certain "hypocritical Arab regimes" - particularly Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates - for supporting the plan and betraying the Palestinian cause.

The statement underlined that existing divisions within the Muslim and Arab world have emboldened Tel Aviv and Washington to carry out the measure.

The protesters called on Palestinian factions to unite and overcome existing rifts to liberate Palestine from the Israeli occupation.

The statement reiterated an earlier pledge from the leader of Yaman’s popular Ansarullah movement Abdul-Malik al-Houthi to support the "Palestinian and Lebanese" resistance in any future conflict with the Israeli regime.

Trump unveiled the so-called peace plan alongside Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House on Tuesday.

The so-called deal would, among other contentious terms, enshrine Jerusalem al-Quds as “Israel’s undivided capital” and allow the regime to annex settlements in the occupied West Bank and the Jordan Valley.

The Tuesday announcement of the deal - which all Palestinian groups have unanimously rejected - has aroused a storm of indignation and protest across different countries in the Middle East along with the condemnation of various international organizations.

Iran has denounced Trump’s anti-Palestine Middle East scheme as “the shameful and deceptive plan of the century,” which is “doomed to failure.”

Ali Akbar Velayati, a senior adviser to Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, said “the deal of the century will lead nowhere,” but rather consolidate unity among the Muslim community and muster support for the oppressed Palestinian nation.

Velayati warned of the repercussions of such a plan, including destabilizing the region and violating numerous UN resolutions on the Palestine case.

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif also lashed out at the US’s so-called peace plan for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, saying the initiative is a “nightmare” both for the region and the world."


Greencrow says:  The land theft of Palestine by the Khazars is based on the fable from the Old Testament of the Bible.  Apparently Gawd gave the indigenous Semitic Jews the land in Palestine some time back in antiquity.  So, the non-Semitic Khazars inherited title to the Palestinian land when the Khazarian King switched the national religion of the nation of Khazaria, once located in geographic proximity to where Bulgaria is now, from penis-worshiping heathens to the Jewish faith back in about 600 AD.  The Khazarian "Gawd-given" title to the land was stronger than the indigenous Palestinian's historic title to the land so, when the billionaire Jew Rothchild decided for global political reasons to insert a Zionist wedge in the oil rich Middle East...he simply started a couple of world wars that incrementally moved his project forward until what we have now...the final stage.  The final eviction of the rightful owners of the land from Palestine by way of genocide--deprivation of arable land, potable water, basic human rights.

Half way across the world we have exactly the same scenario playing itself out.  The indigenous First Nations who lived along the BC coasts are being forced off their land and are having their natural resources ripped off by the "religion of oil".  Just as fake as the Religion of Gawd...this theology says nothing, not even potable water, trumps the movement of some fossil fuel muck from one environmental disaster site to another.  Just like the religion of Gawd, the religion of Oil is being used to steal land and resources from the rightful, but powerless owners.  Both religions are being pushed by the same entities for the same purposes.  Both religions use the courts to force their fake religions down the throats of the victims.  Please read the following report from Globalnews on yesterday's theft decision by the Federal Court of Canada and compare with what is going on in the Middle East.  If you can see any major difference between this and what is happening to the Palestinians, I would like to know what it is:


Tsleil-Waututh at Yesterday's Press Conference
Following Federal Appeals Court Ruling

Tsleil-Waututh Nation considering appeal to Federal Court of Appeal decision on Trans Mountain pipeline

The Tsleil-Waututh Nation says it is considering appealing a Federal Court of Appeal decision to allow for the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion to proceed.

Nation spokesperson Reueben George says in a separate case the Supreme Court of Canada is currently looking at whether the court assessed the proper scope of Trans Mountain.

“This is not over,” George said.

“We are still trudging forward. We have always said we would do everything in our power to stop the pipeline. We have proven it’s not in the best interest of our nation’s standing here.”

George says courts broke the law by not allowing the Tsleil-Waututh to submit all the information they had “in a short window of time.”

“We knew it wasn’t fair. But we are ready,” George said.

The Federal Court of Appeal ruled on Tuesday that Ottawa’s approval of the project was reasonable and will stand.

The federal government was forced to go back and consult with First Nations after the federal court ruled in favour of the Tsleil-Waututh, the B.C. government and other First Nations last year over a lack of consultation and a lack of consideration for an increase in tanker traffic.

In a December hearing, the First Nations opposed to the project argued that the government went into consultations with Indigenous communities in the fall of 2018 having predetermined the outcome in favour of building the project.

But the three judges who decided the case say cabinet’s second round of consultations with First Nations affected by the pipeline was “anything but a rubber-stamping exercise.”

George says his community didn’t feel the courts properly dealt with research done by the community.

“We have done studies. Economical assessments. Studies on the orcas. These things were ignored today. Reconciliation stopped today,” George said.

“This government is incapable of making sound decisions for our future generations. So we are and we will. Even for their children we will take those steps to make sure Canada stays the way it is.”

B.C. Premier John Horgan acknowledged last week that there is not much more the province can do to stop the pipeline. Environment Minister George Heyman says the province will continue to work outside the legal system.

“Our government remains concerned about the risks posed by diluted bitumen and the potential of a catastrophic oil spill on our coast,” Heyman said.

“We will continue to urge the federal government to ensure that the strongest protections possible are put in place to protect our environment, public safety, our coast and the tens of thousands of jobs that are at risk from a spill.”

The expansion project would triple the capacity of the existing pipeline between Edmonton and a shipping terminal in Burnaby, B.C.

The federal government purchased the pipeline in 2018 after political opposition to the project from the B.C. government and Indigenous groups caused Kinder Morgan Canada to pull out from building the expansion.
“This project cannot go through. We are standing on our own Indigenous law,” Tsleil-Waututh Chief Leah George-Wilson said."


Greencrow says:  I watched the very impressive TV press conference given by the Tsleil-Waututh [pronounced "Slay-Wahtooth"] yesterday.  This press conference immediately followed the release of the Federal Court decision. The sorrow in their eyes was palpable, as was their determination.  After all, as Kris Kristopherson sang back in the '70's "When you got nothin, you got nuthin to lose."

Canadians should be aware that we settlers [as most of us are] are stealing their land and destroying it for use as they've used it since "time before mind" as their leader so eloquently put it.  The Oil industry, as the rail industry before it...was devised specifically to steal indigenous land.  BUT, but, but...we NEEEEEED it...we Need the oil, the settlers bleat. Okay, okay.  We need it as the planet is now set up...but who set it up that way and where's this format leading?  Towards planetary extinction, most likely. But.....

The environmental argument has no currency with the settlers.  They [We] are here for a good time, not a long time.  The Tsleil-Waututh made an error, in my opinion, by focusing on climate change.  Meteorology, or the study of climate and the weather is an occupied microbiology, USrael and Palestine.  Meteorology has become owned and operated by the same perps who are trying to steal their land.  Just like we're now enduring the bioweapon lab produced Coronavirus Hoax...we have and will again experience geo-engineering weather hoaxes.  They can turn it on and off like a tap.  Most sentient people know there's no point in predicting "burning forests" as an argument against fossil fuels.

My advice is to keep it simple.  It's all about the land and title to the land.  The Supreme Court of Canada has already set legal precedents for First Nation ownership of the land and resources.  These rights have been embedded in the Canadian Constitution.  The Supreme Court of Canada needs to acknowledge these rights or all First Nations across this country may as well start digging six foot deep plots.  This is the thin edge of the wedge.  This is the settler foot in the door.  This is the first step on the path towards tunnels, walls, Bantustans...and genocidal extinction...along with all the wildlife.


albertde said...

There is something weird about your site settings: your fint size is way too small. Talk to Penny - hers is just right.

Penny said...

Hey GC:
your info in quotations is small. Not sure what font that is?
as albertde say's just check the font style and size.
And my eyes aren't as great as they used to be so I bold all for easier reading.

greencrow said...

I just cut and paste, so wanted the quoted material to be smaller and indented. So long as my own material is regular size, I guess that's okay. I'll try to quote less material, I guess :/


albertde said...

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